Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: France & Germany

While France and Germany differ in their history and political ideals, there are parallels related to immigration, racial and ethnic identity, religion, and gender equity.

In both of these diverse countries, the prospect of collecting racial or ethnic data still recalls the atrocities of World War II that were made possible by official governmental classification of citizens according to race. While this has posed challenge for many years, nongovernmental research is exposing inequities and systemic discrimination related to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and religion.

Learn more about these increasingly multicultural nations to inform essential DEI work.

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Every country has distinct diversity, equity, and inclusion challenges. Check out the new Global DEI Challenges Map to explore key diversity factors around the world.